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Desert and Temperate Woodland And Shrubland. Victor, Anna, Carl, Mario, and Bruce . Desert. What is a desert?. A desert is a landscape or region that receives and keeps an extremely low amount of water. Abiotic factors. Temperature Variable Hot Precipitation Low.

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desert and temperate woodland and shrubland

Desert and Temperate Woodland And Shrubland

Victor, Anna, Carl, Mario, and Bruce

what is a desert
What is a desert?
  • A desert is a landscape or region that receives and keeps an extremely low amount of water.
abiotic factors
Abiotic factors
  • Temperature
  • Variable
  • Hot
  • Precipitation
  • Low
desert classification
Desert classification
  • Polar deserts (cold deserts) can be covered in snow or ice
  • Most non-polar deserts are hot in the day and chilly at night because of the lack of the moderating effect of water.
why these plants could survive in the desert
Why these plants could survive in the desert?
  • They have small leaves or no lives at all butcould keep water well.
desert plants
Desert plants
  • prickly pear
  • Desert willow
desert animals
Desert animals
  • lizard
  • spider
abiotic factors1
Abiotic factors
  • Temperature
  • Hot in summers
  • Cool in winters
  • Precipitation
  • Dry in summers
  • Moist in winters
distribution
distribution
  • Mediterranean coast
  • Douthern Europe
  • North America
  • South Africa
  • Australia
b iotic factors
Biotic factors
  • Plants
  • Plants in this biome have adapted to drought. They have tough waxy leaves that resist water loss.
  • Animals
  • Animals tend to be browsers that eat varied diets of grasses, leaves, shrubs,and other vegetation
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